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right now. we start off with startling report out of the northwest part of the valley tonight. two women who ran a sanctuary to help animals under arrest tonight accused of animal cruelty involving more than 400 animals. good evening and thank you for joining us. i'm latoya sillman. >> reed: i'm reed cowan. authorities say the conditions. news 3's faith jessie looking into the police. >> reporter: it is a quiet neighborhood in cold creek. we're at the outside of the residence where the two women involved in this animal cruelty case live. you can see in the backyard there are tons of different animal cages. a neighbor is nearby told us she remembers seeing tons of animals back here and even goats hopping over this fence.
animals run freely. when police described when they entered back in april was far from free. 54-year-old dawn and 51-year-old donna were arrested tuesday by clark county officers for animal abuse. after responding to reports of animal cruelty at a residence police say they found over 400 animals trapped in unsanitary conditions last april. an arrest warrant metro detective wrote when he walked into the home with his partner it was difficult for us to breathe. the warrant also states the detectives, quote, observed an extreme case of animal hoarding. they saw dogs in crates that could not move. a turtle living in a tub surrounded by dead gold fish. cages with cats, ferrets and rabbits. none of which had clean water or food. >> when i use to come to work i use to see walking around but i never imagined so many animals inside. >> reporter: sources familiar with the couple told news 3 they were nice women and thought the
to the animal foundation on mojave road. so far 103 had to be euthanized for medical reasons. the two suspects faced three felony charges and 24 misdemeanor charges are and are house arrest. reporting from cold creek, faith jessie, news 3. now to a traffic alert just hours away tonight. here is a live look at mccarran. the ramp from 215 to the airport connector will be closed starting at 9:00 p.m. tonight until monday morning the because of construction. >> reed: during those closures drivers heading to mccarran international from eastbound 215 will have to take a detour to wind mill and westbound 215 to access the airport. these closures were scheduled for last week but high winds forced the project to be shut down. hidden cameras in the spotlight after a las vegas man was indicted for spaying on his air bnb guests. >> reed: so concerning for a lot of people who use air bnb.
homes. as news 3's antonio castelan explains, many of us could actually become a target of these peeping toms. >> there are gadgets out there that can sniff out hidden cameras around us and camera experts tells us more and more people are having their homes swept to make sure there are no spy cameras. >> so this is a good way to hyde a camera. >> reporter: brett fox has just about any hidden camera you can think of. >> this right here is are example of a smoke detector camera. very popular. >> reporter: it's the reason fox was not surprised when he heard the allegations against this man, chris rogers. metro investigators say rogers set up an elaborate camera system inside a home he was renting. the spy camera hidden inside smoke detectors caught revealing images of guests staying inside the home. >> unfortunately that stuff happens more often. especially for people who rent. >> reporter: fox tells us hidden cameras just keeps getting better and better as
hidden smoke detector camera. >> being able to identify me and to be able to convict me if i was, you know, stealing something from you or beating on your children. you would be able to see exactly what i was doing. >> reporter: police say chris rogers was able to see his guests every move and record them. under nevada law law enforcement says a homeowner has the right to have these spy cameras in their home. but when it comes to recording in places where people will be naked you need their permission. fox tells us there are gadgets that can help detect these hidden cameras. >> it has like a frequency flashing light that reveals there's a lens there. then you have something that finds the rf or the radiofrequency coming off that camera. >> reporter: as for chris rogers? he will appear in court on wednesday. reporting live from main and stewart, antonio castelan, news 3. >> reed: thank you. new to florida where the gate to the night club shattered by a mass shooting are once again open tonight.
shot to death back in june. the shooter killed by police had claimed loyalty to the terror group isis. hundreds of people turned out to support the club and be part of the new memorial put up to remember an honor those who died. the message is -- it is a very sim message actually. i am. we are. let's be. some of the biggest names on the web were brought to their knees today knocked down by a malicious cyber attack. if you had trouble using your chances are you are among the millions caught up in the massive cyber attack that spread to at least six countries. people were blocked from using twitter, netflix, amazon, paypal and many more. the department of homeland security is looking into potential causes. all of the services have been restored to normal. experts say the best way to make sure your smart devices are not contributing to the problem is to make sure you change your password. >> reed: the fake account scandal hitting wells fargo
analysts say the financial fallout from the scandal could force wells fargo to close a thousand branches. it has about 6,000 branches right now. wells fargo is accused of creating as many as 2 million fake accounts. employees say they were forced to create the accounts to keep their jobs. congress and the justice department are investigating the scandal. with less than three weeks until the elections a cloud of uncertainly lingers over the possle >> he insists it is a problem. news 3's nathan o'neal takes a look at voter security here in nevada and hundreds of thousands get ready to vote starting tomorrow. >> reporter: more than 60 percent of nevada voters will vote between tomorrow and the day of the location and will be at locations just like the one behind me where you can vote early. keeping this in mind officials say they're ready to defend and protect the integrity of the
4900 electronic voting machines to transport and secure. 97 early voting locations to set up throughout clark county. all organized by joe who leads the elections department. as a voter in clark county, is my vote secure? >> very much so. we're very comfortable with what we have in mace. >> reporter: concerns over voter fraud fueled by accusations of donald trump. multiple reports disputing the claims. >> voter fraud is common. >> reporter: the republican candidate going as far as to tell his supporters to watch others at the polls. feeding worries of possible voter intimidation. >> when we looked over the history of elections i think you will find nastiness all the way back. >> reporter: nevada secretary of state warning not to interfere with the election process or risk facing criminal and civil charges. >> we want to make sure that people feel safe and secure in voting. >> reporter: local and federal
integrity of the election process an on going battle to stomp out claims of rigged elections. >> such a perception is extremely dangerous. >> reporter: this as 40 states and counting request hope from homeland security to combat threats of cyber breachs. >> we're keeping a watchful eye. the bottom line if someone were to try they'll get caught. >> reporter: beginning tomorrow fbi agents will be stationed at across the state. they'll be ready to respond to any one of these early voting locations should there be an issue that comes up. reporting, i'm nathan o'neal, news 3. >> i think it will be interesting to see how many people line up on the first day of early voting. >> reed: 9:00 a.m. tomorrow. we'll get a chance to see. still to come, a neighborhood on edge after homes are covered in profanity. >> reed: how one man is fighting back after he says he was targeted for his political views. another dining option opening its doors here in the
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news 3's sergio avila is live along the route with more on the changing shape of this event. you have your hand to your ear. that tells me it's very loud down there. >> reporter: i have my hand to my ear because i can barely hear you guys. check this out. the opening act just started. looks like people are getting there to take photos. the pride parade getting underway in about 45 minutes here in downtown really it's all about celebrating diversity for the lgbtq community. when i spoke to people earlier today was about how much bigger and larger this operated has gotten. it includes a lot of organizations an businesses across our community. i see floats for t-mobile. i've seen bank of america. lots of things. i'm told this is part of this
floats are getting a lot better. they mean a lot more. and for those hundreds of people out here possibly thousands of people out here, they're here to have a good time. and the good music that's playing in the background. so the parade kicks off at 8:00. this is all the kick off of pride weekend. these things are going to be events going on downtown and across the valley all weekend long. for more information you can visit their website. we also have some of that information on our website as well, news3lv.com. i kind o deniesing. i am going to toss it back to you guys. i'm going to get up here and do grooving myself. i'm sergio avila. back to you. >> reed: celebrate the good times come on you are in vegas. thank you so much. police in provo utah looking for the people responsible for vandalizing two homes overnight. lloyd brunson says vandals painted profane words and drawings on not only his but his neighbor's home, cars and donald trump supporting yard
door and two cars as well as the hashtag #feel the burn. and the word ameri-kkk. brunson says the incident disturbs him. >> study the issues. if you want to exercise your free speech then allow others to do the same. remember that stopping free speech like this is a crime. and you can and possibly will be prosecuted for it. >> reed: brunson and his neighbors say the vandalism encourages them to ee roekt more signs. a sea of 80 signs in support of donald trump. meanwhile, police say they're investigating to see if they can find the person responsible. if they do, they could charge them with criminal mischief and trespassing. latoya. the united nations has announced a new honorary ambassador for the empowerment of women and girls -- wonder woman. koens ently today marks the 75th anniversary of the character's debut. actress linda carter who you may
headquarters. >> now today we call on all these good men of the world to work with us and help us achieve the freedoms that all women and girls world wide so richly deserve. >> despite her appeal not everyone is selection. there's a petition urging them to encourage the recall due to her so-called immodest look. >> reed: it's been a wonderful day. we're understanding there might be changes. news 3 is your weather authority. >> chloe: it's going to be good for most of the weekend. so good news there. especially tomorrow. it's going to be near the 90s tomorrow. so very warm compared to what we're used to.
on saturday. on sunday it's going be a bit of a different picture. we have a few storms that are going to roll in and we're going to show you everything that we're expecting over the next seven days. right now it is a wonderful friday night and earlier today we made it to 85 degrees. temperatures well above normal for this time of year. i told you we're usually in the upper 70s right now. and the warming trend, well, it's going keep on going through the rest of your saturday. closer look at the high temperatures in our neighborhoods, even at mccarran. 87 is where we maxed out in southeast. 86 for henderson. 88 for the downtown area. add a couple of numbers to these digits right here and you have essentially got tomorrow's high temperatures. now i hope you enjoyed the sunny skies. woke up to a beautiful sunrise in pahrump. we saw clear skies throughout the entire day today. get ready to enjoy this weather one more day tomorrow before we start to see conditions like this in seattle.
right now we are dry outside with temperatures mostly in the 70s ranging from 70 degrees in summerlin. mid-70s near spring valley and upper 70s on the far east side of town right now. winds are going to remain light for the rest of the evening. even outside the valley we're looking at wonderful conditions. 78 degrees for boulder city. mid-70s for sandy valley as well as primm. 76 degrees for pahrump. mid-50s for mount charleston. also seeing very calm continue at least through tomorrow as high pressure remains in control over our region. keeping those temperatures up and our winds light. i mentioned that was temporary though. we have a few storms out of the pacific that are going to shake things up over the next few days. like i said, saturday we're good to go. as we roll into sunday we'll see showers develop across southern nevada. potentially seeing the first bit of those showers by sunday afternoon.
anticipated in the evening as well. overnight tonight. it's going fairly nice. not quite as cool as last night. low 60s on tap for the las vegas area. we've got 70 degrees for lake mead. upper 30s pahrump and 41 on the mountain. highs tomorrow? on a little warmer compared to temperatures tomorrow. if you like today you will probably like tomorrow too. like i said, temperatures flirting with the 90s for your saturday. as we take you out the next seven days, including your week ahead forecast, sli c into the evening. we're going to see winds pick up slightly and temperatures will decrease pretty substantially going from near 90s on saturday to low 80s on sunday and expecting to hit the upper 70s on monday where we're seeing increasing chances for showers. things will be a little more mild for the next fou days before another shot of rain is expected by next friday. >> i love it. i am a cold weather wimp. so hearing 90 in october.
valley. that's what kevin janison says. he calls us cold weather wimp. >> i fit in. [ laughter ] thank you so much for that chloe. a san diego zoo safari park has a new member to show off to guests. a baby gorilla. the two day old is being cared for by her mother whom staff says is protective. >> reed: the bundle of joy was shown off to guests on thursday. the baby has not been named. she is mother kokomo and father winston at the zoo. >> kokomo is a six-time mom having given birth to twins at the oklahoma city zoo in 1999. nevada's second cracker barrel gearing up for its grand opening here in the valley. the second location on craig near the 15 held its soft opening today for friends and family of cracker barrel employees. as we saw just a few months ago at nevada's first cracker barrel over by the silverton, we're
opening. that will be this upcoming monday, october 24th. doors open to the public at 6:00 a.m. >> reed: biscuits and grave wri! i love it. >> and they have that one potato casserole thing. >> reed: you had me at potato and casserole. still ahead, jump, screams and scares. all part of halloween right. >> after the break we'll tell you about a new twist on haunted houses mixing virtual and you've heard plenty about joe heck
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theme parks around the country universal orlando takes a turn each night during the halloween season. >> reed: this year it's getting a new twist with the new addition of a new experience that mixes virtual and tangible reality. mark barger has details in tonight's tech and consumer news. >> reporter: jumps, screams and scares, all part of halloween fun. but at halloween horror nights at universal studios orlando there's a new attraction this year. >> a new way for them to
typical haunted house or even from a horror movie. >> reporter: with elements from haunted houses, escape rooms and virtual reality video games it is a new age haunt. >> it takes the technology of virtual reality and couples it with two other types of interactive entertainment called immersive theater and kind of puzzle kind of group game solving. >> reporter: groups of four are tasked with solving a supernatural mystery. there are real life actors, detailed sets and even given to participants as clues. >> we take new the kind of strange paranormal world that you only can experience through the digital realm of virtual reality. >> reporter: through headsets participants see their fellow investigators as they explore the virtual world. >> you see what they're doing in the virtual world and get to experience what they're actually doing and how you guys can work together. >> reporter: then the team heads to the temple of the dead to solve the riddle wipe out the curse. >> what you do generates the show you are getting.
creators hope the $50 price tag won't scare folks away. >> over that 30 minutes it's probably one of the largest experiences you get at halloween horror nights. >> reporter: letting guests choose their own path to a paranormal dimension. mark barger, nbc news. >> reed: close my eyes and grab on to the person ahead of me and it's over soon. time for a look at what's coming up tonight on "news 3 live at eleven". news that will be hard for many to hear. new at 11, the reason why there could be a major wine shortage in the plus it's a clash between two undefeated high school football teams. randy and amber have all the highlights in operation football tonight at 11. comedian bill murray made a surprise visit to the white house briefing room this afternoon. >> reed: he really did surprise them. he stepped up to the podium after the briefing ended ready to field any questions thrown his way. look how he did it. >> i think there's a big future
is in d.c.? the actor is set to collect the mark twain prize for american humor at the kennedy center on sunday. but he had arrived early to meet with president obama. so i guess he just stepped into the hallway and said i'll talk. >> they need a reason to laugh in that. >> they need a reason to laugh in that. >> reed: we need a reason t you spend a lot of time opening doors for these little guys. special interests and the billionaire koch brothers. they spent millions supporting heck, and heck supports their agenda -- special tax breaks even for corporations shipping jobs overseas. worse, heck pays for them by cutting education and raising taxes on us. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. dscc is responsible
janet jackson prrgnant at 50. then dancing star invites "e.t." in her private rehearsal. how she plans to top the sexiest tango of all time. plus, suzznne somers turns 70. her birthday weekend flashback. >> i've beee the subject of a lot of negative press. and -- ? career. >> i might just go get another surgery. could make me find even more like adele, oh, god, help me. now for october 21st, 2016, this is entertainment tooight. o brad missed the deadline in which to respond to angelina's divorce filing. >> why haven't we heard from brad et in the fight for the